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in this house. you would think i would get used to it by now. i will have further meetings later today. >> i visited my ill constituent in hospitals last week. they were only two nurses on a ward of 30 very ill patients. she has asked me to ask the prime minister why he cut the number of nurses? >> since this government has come to power the number of nurses has gone up and the number of management is down. we're not complacent. there are parts of n.h.s. where standards of care and standards of nursing are not acceptable. that is why we're introducing things like the friends and family test to make sure all hospitals come up to a higher standards of the best. >> following the publication of the report last week, my friends agree what we need is a strong independent regulatory. >> i think it is actually a moment where we should try to maximize the amount of consensus there is in this house and in the country about what is required. i think everyone agrees that we need strong independent regulation along the lines that it suggests. everyone agrees that we need million pound fines. everyone agr
minister tell us what specific effort the government is making with the international community to match the continuing military efforts with the greater diplomatic efforts that i know he and i both think are important, because after all this is what we will leave behind or has our best chance of leaving behind a in durable peace in afghanistan which is so important? >> he is entirely right. as well as a military track, there has always been a political and diplomatic track. after 2014, after december 2014 there will still be some troops who will be involved in returning equipment and dealing with logistics'. exact announcements will be made at a later stage. in terms of the work that we will go on doing, because we will not be leaving afghanistan in terms of our support and are called for the afghans -- will be contributing 70 million pounds a year to help pay for the afghan national security forces. we will have an aid program in excess of 170 million pounds a year for afghanistan. in terms of the diplomatic track, the thing we are most focused on is bringing afghanistan and pakistan t
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